Fluffernutter Dip, the classic sandwich turned into a decadent, creamy dip! Cream cheese, fluff, and peanut butter, that’s it for this decadent fluffernutter dip.
You read that title right, fluffernutter dip! HOLY CRAP. How did I not think of this one sooner?!
We all know of that classic naughty sandwich right? Fluff and peanut butter, a match made in Heaven.
WELL, add some cream cheese to that equation and you get this knock your socks off peanut buttery goodness dip. Seriously… this is life changing.
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What is a fluffernutter sandwich?
Traditionally, a fluffernutter sandwich is just peanut butter and fluff on white bread, that’s it! And, it’s oh so delicious!
Where was fluffernutter invented?
According to Wikipedia, fluffernutter was invented in Rhode Island during World War I. It is also the official state sandwich of Massachusettes!
Fluffernutter how to make?
UGH, fluffernutter dip recipes are so easy too, literally just whip the cream cheese with a hand mixer until smooth and then add in the two other ingredients. Marshmallow creme and creamy peanut butter!
I served it with a bunch of yummy cookies/crackers and strawberries. I love to mix up dips with sweet and salty options.
This is extremely similar to my cranberry fruit dip, so feel free to serve this peanut butter version with more fruit as well, YUM!
This would be amazing as an after school snack too. Instead of the usual peanut butter and apples or celery, give this a shot! I hope you liked today’s SUPER easy recipe!
When is national fluffernutter day?
National fluffernutter day is October 8th, 2018, what an amazing day to bust out this recipe again!!
How to make fluffernutter dip?
Fluffernutter Dip, the classic sandwich turned into a decadent, creamy dip!
- 8 oz cream cheese softened
- 7 oz fluff marshmallow creme
- 1/2 Cup peanut butter
Place cream cheese in a large bowl. Cream until smooth about 1 minute with hand-mixer.
- Add in the fluff and mix until combined. Add in the peanut butter and whip until thoroughly combined. Serve and enjoy!
This post was updated on 5/22/2018 with new photos and added text.